Alex & David’s wedding was a super suave, quirky and stylish London affair. Her stunning dress was actually a modified David Fielden number and suited her perfectly – not too bridal but not too boring! The wedding took place at The Larder in Clerkenwell where the couple added their own personal stamp with DIY touches, homemade cupcakes and a Mr Wippy ice cream van handing out ice creams after the ceremony.
Boy oh boy…I have to say there is a hell lot of wedding awesomeness flying in and around my inbox this week. I have been inundated with so many emails of gorgeousness that it really has been hard to keep up. Fret not though as I do plan on blogging all of the beauty at some point!
Right now, well what can I say that could possibly live up to these? The very lovely Rosalie of the Tea and Whimsy blog booked my buddy David McNeil for her wedding to Jamie last month. She has gone over all the details, budget saving tricks (they only spent about £4000/$6000 on the whole thing!) and DIY gems on her site, but I’m just here to share the swoonfest that is these photographs…oh and to draw your attention to her freakin’ awesome bouquet! Yes those are real (dyed) roses!
Remember this aaamazing wedding at Shoreditch House in London? Well my lovely friend Liz (like, real life friend not just online – we’ve been out for cocktails and everything!) just sent me this wedding at the same venue that she shot with Nadia Swindell this weekend. You might recognise the bowling! How fab is that – I wish I’d found a wedding venue complete with bowling lanes.
I’m a little bit stuck on where to begin today. Seriously over night my inbox appears to have exploded with wedding goodness on an epic scale…stay tuned you’ll see what I mean.
First up the lovely Chanelle sent me this wedding that her and her hubby shot this weekend. The bride, Sandra, is a fashion designer and so designed and made her own dress complete with a 6 metre train…how phenomenal is it!?!?! And the shoes…ooh don’t get me started on those blinged out treasures.
Layla’s and Mike’s shoot in Richmond Park, London is pretty much spot on gorgeous…oh yes.
Marianne you are fabulous. Thanks for sending me these!
Credit: Marianne Taylor
Texan born, UK based photographer Tami Curtis has a style like no one else I’ve seen. The techniques used give each image a distressed feel like they literally are images from the 1920’s but with a real avant-garde feel. This style of photography wouldn’t be everyone’s choice for their wedding album but it’s a style I can’t help but be drawn to.
Be sure to take the time to check out Tami’s blog, Pulp Fiction, for more vintage gorgeousness!
Thanks to Tami for sending me Eve’s gorgeous bridal session and wedding!
Credit: Tami Curtis/Jane’s Attic